WCC Power Rankings, March 3rd

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Feb 15, 2014; Spokane, WA, USA; Loyola Marymount Lions guard Anthony Ireland (3) tries to get by Gonzaga Bulldogs guard Kyle Dranginis (3) during the second half at McCarthey Athletic Center. The Bulldogs beat Lions 86-67. Mandatory Credit: James Snook-USA TODAY Sports

10. Loyola Marymount

Last week: 10 (Idle)

Record: 12-18 (4-14)

RPI: 183

KenPom: 191

Place in Conf. Standings: 10

This past week: W vs. Santa Clara 75-71, L vs. USF 61-65.

Even though LMU only has seven scholarship players available moving forward, this past week of action instilled some hope in the hearts of LMU fans and players.

Loyola Marymount pulled out a victory versus Santa Clara this week, snapping a seven game losing streak. The Lions followed that performance by taking third place San Francisco to the wire on Saturday, despite being without starter Gabe Levin and backup guard Max Heller – which left the Lions with only six active players on the evening.

The Lions will take on seven seed Portland in the first round of the WCC tournament this upcoming Thursday.